error 403 when visiting my wordpress using apache2, not after logging in.
I am using wordpress 2.8.6, and I just installed it.
I go to my site, and it says error 403.
It seems that either apache2 or mysql are trying to access a file, but not being able to.
So far as I can tell, 777 works, but nothing else.
Is there any group I can add my website owning user to so I don’t have to chmod it to 777, so only the groups can read and stuff?
And on that note, what should I chmod different portions of the wordpress installation to?
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